Mom charged in killing opposes bondsmen testimony
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida mother charged with killing her toddler daughter wants to force the head of a Texas-based search-and-rescue group to testify at her trial but wants to stop her former bail bondsmen from being a witness for the state.
Defense attorneys for Casey Anthony will argue in court Friday that the head of Texas EquuSearch should be a witness at her murder trial. They hope to use that testimony to show it would have been impossible for Anthony to dispose of the 2-year-old girl’s body in woods near her home because she was in jail.
Anthony’s attorneys also want to keep her bail bondsmen from testifying about what she told them about the case.
Anthony is charged with killing her daughter, Caylee, who disappeared last summer. She has pleaded not guilty.